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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Guest Blog: Four Hugs a Day

By Kimberley Brownlee Associate Professor of Moral and Legal Philosophy, University of Warwick Social Creatures The title of this blog post comes from a song by Canadian children’s singer, Charlotte Diamond. The song’s opening lines are: Four hugs a day. That’s the minimum. Not the maximum. The lines make an apt motto for human beings,…
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Information Request for Identification Project

The Campaign to End Loneliness are currently undertaking a project that builds on our Hidden Citizens report that explored what was already known in both research and practice about how to identify loneliness in a local population.  The main recommendations from this work were for practical resources that can support commissioners and providers to be…
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We’re recruiting for a Campaign Volunteer

We’re looking for a bright, conscientious volunteer to help us in our work to ensure that loneliness is acted upon as a public health priority at national and local levels. As a volunteer, you will spend one day a week with us at our central London office, helping us to deliver our campaigning goals. If…
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